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Waves & Electromagnetic Radiation

Total Unit Running Time: 30-40* minutes

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FIELD TRIP: Laser Tag 

Running Time: 5:26 


explaining how light is both waves and particles. Learn about various types of electromagnetic waves  as well as the difference between coherent versus dispersed types of light. 

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Running Time: Self-paced* 

Fashioned in a 1980s aesthetic, this interactive game allows students to choose their racing level and  then maneuver their vehicles while answering questions based on unit content. Physics-based driving  controls and track design seamlessly blend learning and gaming along the colorful routes. Shortcut  opportunities embedded in the tracks are awarded for skilled driving and quick thinking.

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COMIC : Marie Curie & Radiation 

Running Time: Self-paced* 


Topics Covered  

  • Curie’s contribution to advances in electromagnetic radiation & radioactivity 
  • History of and science behind X-ray machine technology

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. D (BT2–comprehension)
  2. A (BT1–knowledge) 
  3. A (BT4–analysis) 
  4. B (BT1–knowledge) 
  5. C (BT2–comprehension)
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THEATER 2: Makin’ Waves 

Running Time: 7:31 


Topics Covered 

  • Traits of primary & secondary waves 
  • Mechanical vs. electromagnetic waves 
  • Concepts of amplitude, wavelength, frequency 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. B (BT1–evaluation) 
  2. C (BT2–comprehension)
  3. D (BT1–knowledge) 
  4. C (BT3–application)
  5. D (BT2–comprehension) 
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TEACHER DEMO : Microscopy With Wendy

Running Time: 9:15 

NGSS: HS-PS4-2, HS-PS4-3 

Vocabulary: electron gun, electron microscope, photon 

Topics Covered 

  • Advantages of digital imagery 
  • Electron microscope vs. light microscope 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills 

  1. C (BT2–comprehension)
  2. D (BT4–analysis) 
  3. A (BT1–knowledge)
  4. B (BT6–evaluation) 
  5. D (BT3–application)


Materials Engineer, Biologist, Microscopy Lab Technician

Science Standards: 

NGSS: HS-PS4-1, HS-PS4-2, HS-PS4-3, HS-PS4-4; TEKS: 112.34(c.2.F), 112.34(c.3.D), 112.34(c.3.F), 112.35(c.3.A), 112.35(c.3.D), 112.35(c.3.E), 112.35(c.3.F),  112.35(c.6.B), 112.35(c.11.A), 112.35(c.12.A), 112.38(c.2.B), 112.38(c.2.D), 112.38(c.2.E), 112.38(c.3.A), 112.38(c.3.D), 112.38(c.3.E), 112.38(c.3.F), 112.38(c.5.C),  112.38(c.5.G), 112.38(c.5.I), 112.39 (c.2.E), 112.39(c.2.F), 112.39(c.3.E), 112.39(c.3.D), 112.39(c.5.D), 112.39(c.7.A), 112.39(c.7.B), 112.39(c.7.C), 112.39(c.7.D),  112.39(c.7.E), 112.39(c.7.F), 112.39(c.8.A); CPALMS: SC.912.E.5.8, SC.912.L.14.4, SC.912.N.1.4, SC.912.N.1.6, SC.912.N.3.5, SC.912.N.4.1, SC.912.P.10.1,  SC.912.P.10.9, SC.912.P.10.11, SC.912.P.10.18, SC.912.P.10.20, SC.912.P.10.21,